OBITUARY

Bill Schneider

September 11, 1948January 9, 2019
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William Richard “Bill” Schneider, Jr. passed away peacefully in his home on January 9, 2019 at the age of 70. He was born in Robstown, Texas on September 11, 1948, and lived his whole life there as a hardworking farmer. He married Marolyn Young on June 12, 1971 and together they raised 2 beautiful daughters on the family farm. He had a way with words, some would say he was a master at it. He loved hunting, fishing, the Dallas Cowboys, the Houston Astros, the Fightin’ Texas Aggies, the San Antonio Spurs, Miller Lite Beer, classic country music, grande margaritas and lots of them! He was preceded in death by his father, William R. Schneider, Sr; mother, Bessie Rohan Schneider; and brother, Hubert Schneider. Bill is survived by his wife, Marolyn Young Schneider; children, Stacey Schneider and Erin Schneider; sister-in-law, Carolyn Young Gunn (Billy); nephew, Richard Gunn (Tasha); niece, Cheryl Scarborough; and numerous cousins.

  • FAMILY

  • Marolyn Young Schneider, Spouse
  • Stacey Schneider, Daughter
  • Erin Schneider, Daughter
  • Carolyn Young Gunn (Billy), Sister-in-law
  • Richard Gunn (Tasha), Nephew
  • Cheryl Scarborough, Niece
  • William R. Schneider Sr., Father
  • Bessie Rohan Schneider, Mother
  • Hubert Schneider, Brother
  • Mr. Schneider also leaves numerous cousins to cherish his memory.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Entombment Tuesday, January 15, 2019
REMEMBERING

Bill Schneider

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Judy French

January 14, 2019

Bill Schnieder will be missed so much not only by his family but by his friends too. If anyone ever needed help with anything Bill would be there. Marolyn, Stacey and Erin, I know how you will miss him but knowing your Bill he’d say” go have a margarita, and laugh about all the fun times we had”! Good advice from a good man! Love you girls, Judy

Carolyn Gunn

January 13, 2019

Carolyn Gunn

January 13, 2019

Carolyn Gunn

January 13, 2019

Bryan Turner

January 13, 2019

Our Friend.

Our Love to family and friends,
Bryan & Becky

Patricia Armstrong

January 11, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss . I will always cherish my memories of our visits to see you’ll and your visits to Cyclone. May God continue to bless you and your family and give you peace. Cherish all your memories of Bill. My children have fond memories of the Schneider family.

Love and hugs to all
Patricia Armstrong

Kimberly Schneider-Campbell

January 11, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember coming to Robstown to visit with you all, with my Mom, Patricia Schneider, and my Dad, Curtis Schneider. I had such a great time playing with Stacey and Erin. I will always remember it. Again, I am so sorry for your loss, may your memories keep him alive in your hearts always.

Diane Pais

January 11, 2019

My parents would let me spend a week each summer with Aunt Bessie, Billy's dad and of course Billy as I called him. From the age of 12 until age 15 Billy and I were inseparable. I was like his sister. We were only 1 month apart in age. He taught me to shoot a rifle and being a city girl that was something new for me. I learned to drive a tractor. I backed their farm pick up into a fence post and Billy took the blame for the dent. I wanted to experience picking cotton, so Aunt Bessie got us up early, Billy wasn't happy, and we donned our clothes and slipped that 20 foot long bag for the cotton on our backs. Billy & I slaved in the hot summer sun until our bags were filled. Our hands were pierced with the cotton bolls, we were hot, sweaty, and tired of pulling that long bag of cotton. Billy & I wagered a coke on whoever had the highest weight of the cotton bag: Billy 48lbs me 46 lbs. I have many happy experiences with a young teenage boy who grew into a wonderful, lovely husband and father.
I'll miss you Billy.

Norma Del Toro Paz (Rebecca’s Mom)

January 11, 2019

We as a Family raising our children as a Family meant the WORLD to us at Tuloso Midway. Such Beautiful Memories we have of Bill. ❤️ My Heart is Heavy for you Marolyn as the Wife of Bill and the Mother of his two Beautiful Daughters. His Memories will Live a Lifetime and Forever Never Forgotten for Being a Great Husband to you and Father to you all’s two Daughters❤️ Our Condolences and prayers from Lifetime Friends, Norma and my Children

FROM THE FAMILY